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The average 'estimated time floating' for washups in the Finger Lakes is 33.29 hr.
Thirty-two species of Coccinellidae representing 17 genera have been reported from washups (Oliver, 1943; Lee, 1980; Schaefer et al., 1987; Turnock, 1996; Nalepa et al., 1998).
Species native to the Finger Lakes region that were collected in washups by other researchers but were conspicuously absent from our study include; Anatis mali, Adalia bipunctata, Coccinella transversoguttata, C.
The washups we found in the Finger Lakes provide evidence contradictory to the expectations of several hypotheses concerning the cause of this phenomenon.
High or complete mortality at washups has been reported in several studies (Lee, 1980; Nalepa et al., 1998: Oliver, 1943; Schaefer et al., 1987).
An unknown weather or wind condition has been invoked as the cause of washups by several authors (Lee, 1980; Schaefer et al., 1987; Turnock, 1996).
The implications of ladybug washups for other members of the ecological community are intriguing.
Ladybug washups can occasionally cause massive loss of life, which raises conservation concerns.
Collection data for species found in washups in the Finger Lakes Region in order of abundance.
Key words: Coccinellidae, ladybug, washup, Finger Lakes, Lake Breeze.
A prerequisite to a massive washup is an equally large coccinellid flight.
Washup data were collected in the Finger Lakes region of New York whenever weather conditions and resources allowed between 5/23/2008 and 8/ 12/2008.